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Stuart Broad

Stuart Broad is seeing a psychologist to deal with how having his nose broken by a bouncer last year has harmed his batting. But, it hasn’t hurt his bowling, he tells Stephen Brenkley, and the wickets are coming

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England coach Peter Moores and captain Eoin Morgan are facing an uncertain future

England coach Peter Moores was nowhere to be seen yesterday when answers were needed

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James Faulkner is an explosive middle-order batsman and returns from injury

The Aussies face the prospect of being without fast bowler Pat Cummins

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Kevin Pietersen has not played for England since he was sacked 13 months ago

Pietersen has already confirmed he will seek an audience with new ECB chairman Colin Graves

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Ian Bell has failed to convert solid starts for England into big scores in this World Cup

Sri Lanka chased down 310 at a canter against Peter Moores' side

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Kevin Pietersen has been told he must play county cricket if he is to be considered for England

KP was axed in the aftermath of the 2013-14 whitewash Ashes defeat in Australia

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England coach Peter Moores watches his team’s latest hopeless performance in Wellington

The England coach leaves players to find solutions - which makes you wonder where he adds value

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Joe Root (121) leaves the field after being dismissed LBW by Rangana Herath of Sri Lanka

COLUMN: Root's exemplary 121 gave England a silver lining to their latest  woeful defeat

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England captain Eoin Morgan leads his team from the field after their humiliating defeat to Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka win by 9 wickets

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Australia captain Michael Clarke

Clarke's body continues to fail him that could lead to a permanent change at the top Down Under

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Brendan McCullum lifts the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy after New Zealand defeated Australia

Australia 151 all-out (32.2 overs), New Zealand 152-9 (23.1 overs)

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England batsman Alex Hales

 

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England captain Eoin Morgan

England take on Sri Lanka in Pool A clash on Saturday night

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AB de Villiers of South Africa bats during the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup match between South Africa and the West Indies on Friday

100-Ball Challenge would bring back the thrills, the skills – and the crowds – that have gone missing from our game

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The UAE took their clash with Ireland to the final over before succumbing to a two-wicket defeat

It is possible no Associate Members will take part in the 2019 competition

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The Kabul cricket academy (Bilal Sarwary)

 

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Afghanistan’s Hamid Hassan raises his bat in celebration after their World Cup win over Scotland in Dunedin

Afghanistan win by one wicket

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Steve Finn bowls during an England nets session at Karori Park on Thursday

...but bowler undaunted by mauling

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Samiullah Shenwaro starred for Afghanistan as they defeated Scotland

Scotland 210 all-out, Afghanistan 211-9 (49.3 overs)

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A view of Lord's

The traditional format is coming under pressure from other forms of the game

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Fernando Alonso enters the circuit on Sunday
Formula 1 Kevin Magnussen will deputise in the McLaren-Honda despite completing just 39 laps in testing
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Dave Mackay lifts the FA Cup in 1967 having skippered Spurs to victory
football Tributes pour in for the former Tottenham, Hearts and Scotland midfielder
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Sunderland midfielder Adam Johnson
LATEST Sunderland have suspended Johnson pending the outcome of an investigation
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Mike Brown of England receives medical attention during the RBS Six Nations match between England and Italy at Twickenham
Rugby UnionEngland vs Scotland: England full-back is making progress after being badly concussed against Italy
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From left: Jonathan Sexton has lit up Ireland; Toby Faletau has the power to put Wales back in the running for glory; and Courtney Lawes’ return is great news for England
Q+ASix Nations: Are Ireland really that good, and what are England's chances of success?
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Five things we learnt in the Six Nations this weekend
ANALYSISScotland self-destruct, England's pack can be beaten, Wales have a Plan B
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Tornike Shengelia took a moment to check the child was alright before being sent off
basketballVIDEOAfter things got out of control, one player was concerned about the young onlooker
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Bubba Watson
GolfBirth of second child has altered world No 2’s perspective ahead of the Masters, writes Kevin Garside
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Stuart Broad
Cricket World Cup:Stuart Broad is seeing a psychologist to deal with nose breaking bouncer. But, it hasn’t hurt his bowling, he tells Stephen Brenkley
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football Chelsea star turns his nose up after taking (very) large gulp of bubbly
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Arsenal youth player could follow in footsteps of father David
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Angel Di Maria
Former Barcelona player and coach makes bizarre claim
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Lukas Podolski has not been playing well for Inter Milan
VIDEOGerman international left with egg on his face
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England coach Peter Moores and captain Eoin Morgan are facing an uncertain future
Cricket World Cup: England coach Peter Moores was nowhere to be seen yesterday when answers were needed
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Kevin Pietersen has not played for England since he was sacked 13 months ago
Pietersen has already confirmed he will seek an audience with new ECB chairman Colin Graves
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Jonatahn Sexton scores a penalty
Rugby UnionRATINGSIreland 19 England 9: Who was the star man from gripping contest in Dublin?
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Conor Murray was a step ahead of England at the Aviva Stadium
COMMENTIan Herbert: Loss leaves more questions than answers ahead of tournament
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Carl Frampton lands a blow full in the face of Chris Avalos
BoxingCOMMENTKevin Garside: Belfast loves a scrapper, but Frampton is no ordinary boxer
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Tyson Fury (right) lands a blow on Christian Hammer
REPORT The giant even found time to serenade the crowd
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